Absolute Surrender

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Baker Publishing Group, Jun 1, 2003 - Religion - 160 pages
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In Murray's classic devotional style, he shows the way to new freedom and power, beginning with the truth that "carnal Christianity" is not true Christianity. He clearly and convincingly presents the "one decisive step" that believers can take to move from the old life to the new life. Murray begins with the biblical command to be filled with the Spirit and ends with the assurance that "ye are the branches" and completely dependent on the Vine for life.

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User Review  - Sandy - Christianbook.com

The Lord uses Andrew Murray in a very powerful way to draw one closer to the Lord. I love his writings. Every book of his I have read has made an impact upon me spirtually. Thank the Lord for someone, who was used mightily by the Lord in his writings. Read full review

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User Review  - Trudy Casto - Christianbook.com

Although I'm only halfway through this book, already I find that Andrew Murray's words have had such an impact on the very core of my being that I know I will never be the same. Praise God!!! Read full review


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Andrew Murray was born in South Africa in 1828. After receiving his education in Scotland and Holland, he returned to South Africa and spent many years there as both a pastor and missionary. He wrote over two hundred books, including some of the most enduring classics of Christian literature. He and his wife, Emma, raised eight children, and it is said that their home was an endless stream of activity.

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